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RZR
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After treating parasites for the past 18 months, I still have, what I believe, are tapeworms. Until recently, I thought they were roundworms.

I have taken a year of Parastroy and then been rotating albendazole, vermox, ivermectin, and one round of Alinia.

I have ordered praziquantel and will start that when it arrives.

It's scary to take all the meds along with Rifampin, doxy, Ceftin, and plaquenil.

Any other advice?

Daily coffee enemas are killing the worms but have not eliminated them.

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Yikes, that's pretty aggressive and you still haven't been able to eradicate them?

How about adding the anti-parasitic herbs glm1111 talks about all the time. Also, possibly, the salt/C combo.

Are you passing them where you actually see them?

Also, have you addressed heavy metals? Perhaps your metals are high, that is why the parasites remain. This is part of Dr. K's theory.... the metals are so toxic to us that they would kill us, and the body allows the parasites to remain so they can absorb the metals.

Just some thoughts. Good luck.

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Okay, this is really gross, but parasites are gross.

20 years ago (way, way, before Lyme, and I was young)
I did a 3 day fast, and on day 3, passed an entire, intact, large
tapeworm *shudder*

I am not advocating fasting, although I hear Buhner's new book coming out is about fasting (safely.)

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Lyme positive PCR blood, and
positive Bartonella henselae Igenex, 2011.
low positive Fry biofilm test, 2012.
Update 7/16- After extensive treatments,
doing okay!

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Killing parasites can take yrs depending on how long you have been infected. Some of the roundworms lay 200,000 eggs a day. If you are seeing the worms exit, then you are killing them.

You might want to consider taking Hanna Kroeger cloves to kill the eggs and larva. I eventually had to combine Parastroy with Hanna Kroeger Wormwood, digestive enzymes, extra cloves and HCL and salt/c.

I got rid of thousands of eggs with extra cloves. Don't know if pharma antiparasitics kill eggs and larva.

The key is persistence, so try not to get frustrated and just keep going.

Gael

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I feel your pain I have only been treating for 3 months but continue to pass large worms all the same type. Not sure what kind. Its discouraging.

I finally gained 5 pounds and lost it all last week. Then I passed another big one this morning.

I am starting another 11 day protocol this week. I have been sick for 4 years. At least we are on the right track and know what we are dealing with.

Good luck

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I am using clarkia, has anyone had any success with this. I have not passed anything and am closing in on two weeks.
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It took me six mos of some strong antiparasitic herbs and when adding salt/c, all hell broke loose and I had a mass exodus of parasites for mos.

I didn't find Clarkia strong enough. I added 2 parasite cleanses together. Maybe you could stay on the clarkia and just add Parastroy or Humaworm.

Ramp up slowly as this can be a strong combo. Look into the salt/c protocl as it is very powerfu. Persistence is KEY.

Gael

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can you be overweight and still have a problem with worms?

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Kayak...I wonder the same thing...not overweight, but of normal weight and stll have parasites?

How do you KNOW you have parasites? Is it weight loss? Or is it noticing them in your stools? Where do they come from? From the tick or someplace else.

Are there symptoms?

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Dx with chronic Lyme May 2011.
LLMD April 2012, Treating with omnicef/zith
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quote:
Originally posted by glm1111:
Killing parasites can take yrs depending on how long you have been infected. Some of the roundworms lay 200,000 eggs a day. If you are seeing the worms exit, then you are killing them.

You might want to consider taking Hanna Kroeger cloves to kill the eggs and larva. I eventually had to combine Parastroy with Hanna Kroeger Wormwood, digestive enzymes, extra cloves and HCL and salt/c.

I have been taking Hanna Kroeger cloves for months. Maybe my dosage is not enough. What dosage do you recommend?
I got rid of thousands of eggs with extra cloves. Don't know if pharma antiparasitics kill eggs and larva.

The key is persistence, so try not to get frustrated and just keep going.

I did take Parastroy and Hanna Kroeger Wormwood together for many months. I also too salt/C for about a month, but I can't tolerate that right now with all the herxing from abx.

Gael



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quote:
Originally posted by Tammy N.:
Yikes, that's pretty aggressive and you still haven't been able to eradicate them?

How about adding the anti-parasitic herbs glm1111 talks about all the time. Also, possibly, the salt/C combo.

Are you passing them where you actually see them?

Also, have you addressed heavy metals? Perhaps your metals are high, that is why the parasites remain. This is part of Dr. K's theory.... the metals are so toxic to us that they would kill us, and the body allows the parasites to remain so they can absorb the metals.

Just some thoughts. Good luck.

Yes, I pass them daily.

I am sure metals are high, as I had all my amalgams removed a few months ago. I am working on metal chelation.

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Ip,

Weight gain or weight loss can be symptoms of parasites. I gained 20 lbs until I got rid of most of them, and then it just came off.

Gael

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quote:
Originally posted by manybites:
I have used Clarkia 6 years ago and I was a member of Curezone.com where all the treatment for parasites are released and people have tried themselves to get rid of them while no doctor accept they have any.

Clarkia helped .But was the first step and I did every step of HULDA CLARCK COmbo.I was only the one that HAD the GUT to do OZONATED OIL( that I ordered in CANADA) and L CYstine.

That was the powerful combo that made me sick to death and I passed a large taperworm and other parasites .

So the very high dosages of CO Q10 .

I also tried Enzymes , HUmaworms etc and drugs that I had to order in INDIA.

My LLMD accepted to put me on a 3 combo antibiotics for protozoa that was a combo for protozoas.

I thought I was done.Nope I still felt them coming.

I did QXCI test and found the parasits ( a list).

I saw a LLNP that muscle tested and told me I have parasites BIG ONES in the GUT after so many treatment I did.I tried her product and could not kill it.
I seem to have something from childhood when my mom put me on some herbs and I passed roundworm.

When I killed the parasites ( as hulda streses) my viruses EXSPLODED and I went NUTS.

The LLNP muscle tested some herbs to reduce the viruses for 6 months.

I was prepared with HULDA 6 years ago and when I was done with the treatment I found out I had LYME where I decided to do IGENEX, Use muscle testing and QXCI test to confirm.

YES and I tested with muscle testing HIGHLY IN MERCURY And HIGHLY IN LYME.

After I killed the parasites I did not know to take CLORELLA ( I did other products ) but the metals were released and I had kidney ( almost failure ) as I released high levels of metals.

The LLND put me urgent in HIGH DOSAGES OF CLORELLA and activated corcoal to bind them and fix the blood work within a few months and the kidney was fixed too.

Be careful as it is a hard JOB to do .BInders are a must to be in the system with any killing procces.

I even did colonix but they found nothing.I know I still have them .HATE THEM .

You have no idea how great I felt the first few months when I killed the parasites with HULDAS protocoll .

NOw there are new protocolls that I want to use.

SALT AND C did not kill any of them .Maybe the small ones but I never passed any large one with them .

What dose of q10 is very high dose?

Did you try diatomaceous earth as well?

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Tammy, that's a really good point (heavy metals). Maybe I should detox metals first, then work on killing the parasites?

My doc does want me to start metal detox. I told him that I have a mouth full of metal, and he said, so what? I guess it's not really a problem.

Any advice what to do first?

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im that thatgood at the worm thing but i think those that know have said to get the parasites cuz they can be full of metal...its a two for one...

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How do you know you have parasites? Does everyone have them who has Lyme and co?

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Read the info at Humaworm. Most of the population is infected and if you have the added burden of Lyme disease, it's always a good idea to treat.

REMINDER: One mos of tx is NEVER enough. As long as you have symptoms you need to treat. Rotating with other antiparasitic herbs is also good as is adding extra cloves to kill the eggs.

Gael

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Gael,

Can you please advise on recommended dosage of cloves?

Thank you!

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Google "Hulda Clark Parasite Cleanse Chart" for a schedule on how to take the cloves

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